Episciences IAM: rethinking the editorial model in computer science and applied mathematics

The Episciences IAM (Informatics and Applied Mathematics) thematic community wishes to offer a means of rapid communication of scientific results, validated and accredited by top-level journals in the field of computer science and applied mathematics.

The journals are selected by the epi-committee, which guarantees their scientific quality while encouraging the emergence of new journals in areas that are currently under-represented. The epi-committee takes responsibility for the editorial coherence of the journal portfolio and the ethical aspects that accompany it.

Members of the epi-committee

  • Samson Abramsky, Oxford University
  • Jos Baeten, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
  • Ruzena Bajcsy, University of California—Berkeley
  • Nachum Dershowitz, Tel Aviv University, Chair
  • Irene Fonseca, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Carole Goble, University of Manchester
  • Jun Murai, Keio University

Inria has taken the initiative to launch the Episciences IAM community and aims to collaborate in coordination with institutions and establishments wishing to get involved in this type of project. Expected collaborations can take, for example, the form of a financial contribution, the provision of personnel or access to an open repository.

Epi-reviews managed by Episciences IAM

  • DMTCSDiscrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science
  • FIFundamenta Informaticae
  • JDMDHJournal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities
  • JIPSJournal of Human-System Interaction
  • JTCAMJournal of Theoretical, Computational and Applied Mechanics
  • LMCSLogical Methods in Computer Science
  • MNAMathematical Neuroscience and Applications
  • NL—Network Letters
  • Revue ARIMA
  • TheoretiCS

Editorial support

  • Hélène Lowinger, coordinator of the Scientific Information and Publishing Department (IES, Inria);
  • Catherine Scotton, editor in charge of the Scientific Information and Publishing Department (IES, Inria);
  • Emmanuelle Perrin, editor in charge of the Scientific Information and Publishing Department (IES, Inria).


Page updated on: 15/02/2022